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CRA is a global leader in the economic analysis of mergers and non-merger antitrust and competition matters. Empirical and theoretical approaches pioneered by CRA economists have been accepted as standard practice by competition economists and enforcers worldwide.

We tailor our analyses to fit the facts and economics of each case, bringing a unique combination of creativity and rigor to our work. On many occasions, CRA economists have testified in litigated competition cases, or met with and provided submissions to antitrust enforcement agencies. In their testimony, submissions, and meetings with government enforcers—and in discussions with clients—our experts distill complex competition issues and economic analyses into concepts and arguments that are understandable to non-economists.

Our expertise in antitrust economics, econometrics, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and related matters has made us the firm of choice for clients and competition authorities around the globe. Our US, Canada, UK, and European Union-based antitrust economists have the economic knowledge, jurisdiction-specific expertise, and geographic presence required to efficiently support clients around the world.

Competition expertise around the world

Engagements

  • 01
    Court upholds divestiture in consummated merger challenge
    When JELD-WEN and CraftMaster merged in 2012, Steves & Sons claimed the merger would restrict the supply of doorskins and increase prices to downstream...
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  • 02
    EC unconditionally clears Consignor/Unifaun joint venture
    The European Commission has unconditionally approved an acquisition of a joint venture providing Transport Administration Systems (TAS) by Francisco Partners...
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  • 03
    Allegations of exclusionary behavior under Sections I and II of the Sherman Act
    CRA was retained by defendants in a matter involving allegations of exclusionary behavior, refusal to deal, and essential facilities regarding telephone...
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